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Jennifer Lawrence quotes on drugs and alcohol (INFOGRAPHIC)

Jennifer Lawrence quotes on drugs and alcohol (INFOGRAPHIC)

Jennifer Lawrence Famous Addiction Quotes B&WJennifer Lawrence on drinking and the social stigmatization of mental illness

We, just as the rest of the world, think Jennifer Lawrence is absolutely amazing.

And in completing our series of “Famous Addiction Quotes”, we simply haveone idea behind it: to give addiction a face and have celebrities represent the different views on this topic. Well, J-Law’s positive, realistic and funny views on the subject as some lightness.

Is Jennifer Lawrence an addict?

No. We do not believe she has a substance abuse problem(s). She got her own infographic on the matter mainly because of this statement: “People have diabetes or asthma and they have to take medication for it. But as soon as you have to take medication for your mind, there’s this instant stigma.”

We totally agree! Don’t you?

We’d like to hear what you think about the stigma surrounding mental illness and substance addiction. If you have any comments or questions, please post them in the comments section below. We promise to try and get back with you soon.

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Gary
Friday, September 15th, 2017

My fiance was diagnosed with Epilepsy in 2013,and o er the years that is absolutely correct. There is a stigma on anyone with mental illness. It's sad because alot of people don't give them a chance an the Doctors treat them like guinea pigs for the Epilepsy because it's so hard to pin-point where it's coming from. Therefore they give them medication. Sometimes if your lucky it works and sometimes it doesn't. If you mix the wrong seizure medication with another medication such as an antidepressant then you get serotonin syndrome. And that I've dealt with first-hand it's horrible the person that you want to do is not them anymore